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Hello! #1...I need to know if the Check engine Light is on...If it is, take the vehicle to an Auto Zone or Advanced Auto (any auto parts store) and they, for free will read the code/codes...send the trouble codes to me and I'll fix your Focus...#2 tell me which engine is in the car; give me the sub model ie...SE, ZTS....etc...If there isn't a CEL tell me....Guru...Saailer
Hello, There is a Recall for the fuelpump and the Warranty is for 10 Years. It is Recall 03n01. You will need to give the Vin# to the Dealer. I believe with a complete failure, you may be compensated for the tow. It would not hurt to ask about it.
first of all, if light is on have it scanned for a problem code. if no scanner all auto parts stores will scan for free. there has been over 200 recalls for 2000 ford focus, check with ford to see if this is one of the problems. god bless, this is a long run, but check and see if fuel is getting to fuel pressure regulator.
it sounds like you have bigger problems if your car does not crank(turn over) then your timing belt could have broken and the one piston could be hitting a valve causing it to be locked up.normally when any sensor is bad car engine still cranks it just doesn't start.
fuel system vent leak. not to worry it isn't dangerous, your vent line and gas line are different. A bad gas cap is most common cause. if after you change the cap and you use a scantool to clear the code, the light comes back on then you will need to do a smoke test to see where the leak is coming from.
brake fluid goes in the resevoir which is on top of the master cylinder,it also supplies the clutch as well,if you think you have a problem take car to a garage as playing with something your not sure of could cause a fatal accident